Ex-Premier League footballer Andrea Dossena is arrested on suspicion of shoplifting at London department store Harrods, the BBC learns.
Heavy cutting equipment was used to break into a vault containing hundreds of safety deposit boxes in the Hatton Garden jewellery quarter of London.
With tumbling oil prices, making money out of energy is becoming harder.
The government has "undermined and weakened" the NHS in England, a letter signed by 140 doctors says.
A coroner says safety issues on the road where an off-duty police officer was killed in a collision "must be addressed" by Swansea council.
Neil MacGregor announces he is to step down as director of the British Museum.
Indian police are accused of excessive force after shooting dead 20 suspected red sandalwood smugglers in Andhra Pradesh state.
Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls will explain Labour's vision for the economy on an election visit to Carmarthenshire as campaigning continues across Wales.
Reality TV star Joey Essex has described UKIP leader Nigel Farage as "reem", during a trip to Grimsby.
UK new car registrations see their highest monthly level since 1998, up from 6% this time last year.
The mother of a baby found dead in a water-filled pit almost 27 years ago is traced using DNA taken from the boy's body.
An investigation into a fatal outbreak of Legionnaires' disease in Edinburgh has concluded it is not possible to identify the source of the bacteria.
Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane denies an alleged road rage offence involving a taxi driver.
US authorities upgrade India's aviation safety rating, allowing Indian airlines to increase the number of flights they operate to the country.
Blues guitarist BB King says he is "feeling much better" after being treated in hospital for dehydration.
Labour leader Ed Miliband makes a speech in Warwickshire.
Four people - one of them wearing shorts and deck shoes - are criticised for putting themselves at risk of being avalanched.
The head of France's far-right Front National Marine Le Pen moves to stop her father Jean-Marie from standing in polls later this year.
A couple who completed a World Cup sticker album with their own drawings swap football for politics, sketching party leaders instead of players.
Kenya's government orders the closure of 13 money transfer firms suspected to be used by militant Islamists, a minister tells the BBC.